WVU commit says Miami is still on him

WVU commit says Miami is still on him

Imarjaye Albury is a standout defensive tackle prospect from Miami Northwestern High and Scout caught up with him to discuss the latest.

Imarjaye Albury is part of a very good Miami Northwestern team. He talked about the progress of his senior season.

"We're 3-1 right now it's going great. I'm getting better and better each week, my goal is to be an All American at the end of the season."

Albury, 6-feet and 280 pounds, made an early commitment to West Virginia and says that pledge is still solid.

"I picked West Virginia because it's a great winning program, I know a lot of their players that are from around the same area I grew up at. WVU has great national exposure plus their coaches are awesome with good experience."

Speaking of coaches, Albury talked about the relationship he has with them at WVU.

"I talk to Coach Gillespie and Coach Kirelawich about once a week, we have really good conversations every time."

Despite the commitment, Albury has several other schools still recruiting him.

"Kansas State, Buffalo, Cincinnati, Miami, FIU, and FAU have still been calling me lately," he said. "They're just saying how they still wanna recruit me and stuff."

The hometown Hurricanes haven't offered him a scholarship yet.

"It's UM and it's close to home," he said. "I'm just gonna see what they have to say and go from there."

The standout defensive tackle prospect, who claims a 2.7 GPA and a 21 ACT score, talked about his official visit plans.

"I'm going up to WVU October 7th, and I still want to go see schools and watch their teams play a game. I just don't know where those will be yet."

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